See also: séparable

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From Middle French séparable, from Latin separabilis.

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separable (comparative more separable, superlative most separable)

  1. Able to be separated.
  2. (differential equations) Able to be brought to a form where all occurrences of the dependent and the independent variable are on opposite sides of the equal sign.
  3. (mathematical analysis, of a topological space) Having a countable dense subset.

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separable (epicene, plural separables)

  1. separable

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Borrowed from Latin sēparābilis.

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separable m or f (masculine and feminine plural separables)

  1. separable
    Antonym: inseparable

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Etymology edit

From Latin sēparābilis.

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  • IPA(key): /sepaˈɾable/ [se.paˈɾa.β̞le]
  • Rhymes: -able
  • Syllabification: se‧pa‧ra‧ble

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separable m or f (masculine and feminine plural separables)

  1. separable, detachable
    Antonym: inseparable

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